Kenai River

From: 03/13/2018
To: 04/01/2018
Type of Water: Freshwater
Species: Coho salmon, Sockeye salmon, Pink salmon, Chinook salmon, Rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char
The weather on the Kenai Peninsula is steadily improving with average daily high temperatures above freezing. This prompts the time of year up here known as "break up" with lots of snow and ice melting during the day. It is the time of year Alaskans look forward to as the summer is just around the corner!

Plenty of ice melting on both Kenai Lake and Skilak Lake making for what looks like an early spring. We anticipate steady improvements in fishing conditions through the month of April and into early May on both the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers.

Spring fishing is just around the corner with Chinooks ready to hit the river by May 15th. The best action looks like it will occur around June 1st with steady improvement daily through the end of July.

We chase them with big spey rods and bi View more...

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